The third CicLAvia event since easing the epidemic is taking place this coming Sunday, and the closure of two major streets in south Los Angeles to motorized vehicles.
God South Los Angeles Route Is one of CicLAvia’s signature destinations, taking people on foot, bicycles, skateboards, scooters, wheelchairs, unicycles and any other non-motorized vehicle along five miles of Crenshaw Avenue and Martin Luther King.
This version has four activity centers in Crenshaw, King, Exposition and Central that operate from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The sponsor presenting Metro will go out to demonstrate her part on the bike. And you will pass over many Local parks landmarks And attractions.
CicLAvia’s chief strategist, Tafarai Bayne, says he’s there for vegan chili cheese chips at the famous Earle’s in Crenshaw. The grill has a pop-up version outside in front of the diner.
And watching people is everything.
“My favorite part of CicLAvia is the opportunity to get out safely on the street, ride my bike and see so many other angels having fun,” Bain said.
What do you want to know about how we play in Los Angeles?
And how do you play? Sharon McNery wants to hear your questions and stories about cheap, accessible and inclusive ways in which we remain active for physical and mental health. 🚵🏻♀️ 🎳 🛶 🏕 ⚽️ 💃 🏄🏾♂️ 👨🏿🦽 🏃🏽♀️ 🏻🏓
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